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 APE  Vol.8 No.1 , February 2018
Responsibility to Act Mature and Identification of Sense of Belonging through Skills Pre-Professionals (Case of the Student Teacher of EPS in Tunisia)
Abstract: Analysis maturity of acting responsibility leads us to explain the competence “Acting as a state employee in an ethical and responsible way”. This skill is more necessary in training teachers of different disciplines, including students of sports and physical education. This skill is to act on a daily basis in his class in accordance with the Regulation (rights, duties of officials, official texts). According to the training of teachers’ repository, this skill is an academic skill that affects the exercise of professional responsibility and ethics. This study is to look for the effect of the practice teaching of EPS on the feeling of competence Act in official and the State of ethical and responsible way. The French version of the Scale of measure of efficacy of trainee teachers was used to calculate these effects. Our sample is comprised of 402 trainees from the higher institute of sport and physical education of Sfax who participated voluntarily in this study after an eight-month internship in different schools of the city of Sfax. Based on our results, trainee teachers of EPS estimate have actually progressed during the teaching course of EPS with regard to jurisdiction “official and the State of ethical and responsible act”. In conclusion, “while teachers may not breach the relevant civil laws, such as the Act on public education, or to a lesser extent, the law on the protection of the youth.
Cite this paper: Guemri, A. , Kacem, N. , Naffeti, C. and Bahloul, M. (2018) Responsibility to Act Mature and Identification of Sense of Belonging through Skills Pre-Professionals (Case of the Student Teacher of EPS in Tunisia). Advances in Physical Education, 8, 129-150. doi: 10.4236/ape.2018.81013.
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